Saxon Math

Saxon math is a teaching method for incremental learning of mathematics. It involves teaching a new mathematical concept every day and constantly reviewing old concepts. Typically, the day’s work is split evenly between practicing the new material and reviewing old material. 

Saxon’s primary mathematics series is a “hands-on,” success-oriented program that emphasizes manipulatives and mental math. The series addresses the multisensory approach to teaching. Mastery of mathematical concepts does not occur quickly. Mastery and long-term retention require that the concepts be practiced over a long period of time. Concepts are presented in carefully sequenced small pieces called increments. New objectives are introduced through carefully selected group activities. All concepts are practiced in each succeeding lesson. All areas of mathematics are integrated so that children see the interrelationships. Thus the presentation of concepts is not in “units” but is spread out over a considerable period of time.

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